Understanding the requirements for a blind-spot detection system on agricultural machines from the operator's perspective

Authors: Chen, Xin; Mann, Danny.D
Description: The operator of a modern agricultural machine is unable to physically see all around the machine, a factor that contributes to accidental run-overs. There is a need to devise an effective blind-spot detection system for agricultural machines to enable operators to avoid these accidental run-overs. This paper borrows a model, called the Human Activity Assistive Technology (HAAT) Model, from the discipline of occupational therapy in an attempt to identify the requirements for a blind-spot detection system from the operator
Keywords: blind spot detection system, agricultural machines, HAAT Model, assistive technology
Conference name: CSBE/SCGAB 2017 Annual Conference, Canad Inns Polo Park, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 6-10 August 2017.
Session name: Poster Session
Publisher: Canadian Society for Bioengineering
Date: 2017-08-07
Publication type:
  • Technical conference
Type: Text.Article
Format: PDF
Identifier: CSBE17005
Coverage: Canada
Language 1: en
Rights: Canadian Society for Bioengineering

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